MLS Listings Data

Total Listings:5
Average Price:$2,027,100
Highest Listing Price:$3,495,000
Average Days On Market:147
Average Price/SqFt:$432

Wraggborough subdivision Charleston SC has five properties for sale on MLS. Homes for sale Wraggborough have an avg list price of $2,027,100 ranging in price from $995,000 to $3,495,000. The avg size property in Wraggborough is 4,689 sq ft. Largest in the neighborhood for sale is 6,749 sqft & smallest 1,879 sqft. See homes for sale Wraggborough Charleston SC by price, bedrooms, size, age, time on MLS, date listed, street & type. Contact Wraggborough agent for showings or listing appointments. View property listings all over South Carolina here by all major markets: Lowcountry, Midlands, Upstate & Pee Dee (Grand Strand).

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Beautiful Greek Revival, the William A. Hussey house, located in the heart...

Beautiful Greek Revival, the William A. Hussey house, located in the heart of Wraggborough circa 1849, has been meticulously restored per National Register of Historic Places guidelines and a portion of the Federal Historic Tax Credits are transferrable. This stunning property currently consists of 5 individually metered units bringing in $164,400 in gross annual income, which would also be well-suited for potential conversion back into a grand single-family residence with first floor apartment. Featuring soaring, 12 foot ceilings with intricate crown molding, several working fireplaces with pristine mantles, original hardwood floors throughout, marble counters in kitchens/baths, stainless steel appliances, gas ranges, back porches, and a professionally designed/landscaped courtyard.

$ 3,495,000
View details Beds - 8 Baths - 9 Sqft - 6749
Just down from the Aiken Rhett House is another piece of history waiting...

Just down from the Aiken Rhett House is another piece of history waiting to be restored: 28 Mary Street. At the end of Elizabeth Street, the looming double piazza multi-story home sits nestled in the quiet historic neighborhood of Wraggborough while just blocks from the bustle of King Street and a stone's throw from the Charleston Museum. This 4 bedroom 3 bathroom home features stunning heart pine floors, soaring ceilings and multiple fireplaces. Downstairs there is a bedroom, living room, full bathroom, and open kitchen. A study off the kitchen is currently being used as an additional bedroom.Up the stairs to the second floor, there are two spacious bedrooms, a laundry room and 2 full bathrooms. The owner's suite includes a walk in shower and antique claw foot soaking tub.

$ 995,500
View details Beds - 4 Baths - 3 Sqft - 2798
This luxurious and sophisticated condo combines the best of Charleston...

This luxurious and sophisticated condo combines the best of Charleston charm with high ceilings, pocket doors, original heart pine floors with the modern amenities such as true chef's kitchen, sumptuous bathrooms, and custom closets. Part of a grand 19th century home, this property features 3 bedrooms, 3 full en-suite bathrooms, renovated kitchen with Viking, Wolf, and Kitchen Aid appliances, exposed brick fireplaces, designer lighting and hardware, tons of natural light, and a private piazza- fabulous outdoor room. Nestled in the historic Wraggborough neighborhood, the location is tranquil across from the Aiken-Rhett House, yet close to The Gaillard, Marion Square, and restaurants on Upper King. Two deeded off-street parking spaces convey.

$ 995,000
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 3 Sqft - 1879
This magnificent circa 1902 meticulously renovated home is in desirable...

This magnificent circa 1902 meticulously renovated home is in desirable Mazyck-Wraggborough on one of the best streets in downtown Charleston! On high ground (no flood insurance required!) on a quiet, tree-lined street just steps from Marion Square, The Gaillard Performance Center, parks and playgrounds and the best restaurants in Charleston. The grandeur of the home is apparent immediately, with a King of Prussia marble staircase leading to a specious front piazza, a generous foyer, grand staircase, 11.5 ft ceilings, 10ft. original pocket doors, beautiful mantles and chandeliers. Beautiful original parquet flooring enriches the public spaces on the first floor. With open pocket doors the rooms flow into each other, resulting in the perfect open floor plan for entertaining.

$ 2,550,000
View details Beds - 5 Baths - 4 Sqft - 5642
Your opportunity to renovate one of Downtown Charleston's most grand and...

Your opportunity to renovate one of Downtown Charleston's most grand and iconic homes has arrived. The stunning c. 1832 Vanderhorst Mansion a/k/a the family's ''suburban villa'' in the heart of Wraggborough, was built by Elias Vanderhorst. At the time, the Vanderhorst family owned most of Kiawah, which was the location of their primary home. This incredible stucco-over-brick home on high ground, is solid as ever after nearly 200 years of Charleston history. The elevated Greek Revival home features semi-circular, brownstone double staircases to reach the incredible front piazza. The exterior is considered to have some of the finest wrought-iron in the city. The interior of this home is essentially a blank slate, with 14' ceilings on the main level, enormous windows, and incredible

$ 2,100,000
View details Beds - 6 Baths - 5 Sqft - 6375